Got this rotary indexing fixture at a very good price and there is nothing wrong with it. It came with several indexing plates too, so there is almost no limit to the number of divisions that can be made. This picture show a vertical setup and the thing that attracted me to it in the first place is that the head will tilt to horizontal and lock at any point in between. This opens up a LOT of decorative options on plates, bowls, spindles, cups, bracelets, and whatnot. It will function nicely as a tail stock for my wood lathe too! I will use it to upgrade my mufti-sided taper and blank cutter indexing jig which I did crudely and it shows. It weighs just over 100 lbs so I won't be moving it around a whole lot. When the chuck isn't used here, there's a 5C collet setup in the hollow spindle. Nice. Real nice!
Dan is an experienced woodworker who is anxious to make an heirloom of the future for you.